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#1 posted 04-08-2011 11:07 PM

My philosophy has always been to bid what the wood (or whater you are buying) is worth to you…..If the seller is insulted – so be it…..A fair price is what makes both parties happy…..if you feel like you paid more to assuage the person’s honor…then you didn’t get a fair price. The seller should start off telling you what he/she wants….if they don’t then most likely he/she does not know what the value is….being there is the internet…and everyone can use it to get a base value (like you are doing)...then let them beware if they get lowballed. Business is business…. I don’t say this to mean take advantage of every one….but if they are selling something….they really should do their research….and getting a deal is not being dishonest or cruel….just prudent.

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